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the brief video? really, the america's cup boats are going to light up our waterfront with raw power and speed and show us things that we have never seen in these waters in our day before. so if you did not get to see some of the action yesterday on the water, here is a little taste of what the bay area has to come, some video of what happened on the water yesterday. >> wow. not a scene from a bond movie, but the real deal there. just a couple of votes in the water yesterday. if you can imagine what it will be like with 10 of these boats igniting our they like never before. it will be pretty wild. without further ado, we would like to introduce you to the chairman of america's cup event authority. richard. [applause] >> thank you, liam. in just eight short weeks, we will all be in portugal launching the very first event in the inaugural america's cup world series. i must say, i think for all of us involved, it is very exciting for us to be moving from the planning and preparation stage to the delivery and competition stage. soon they talking can stop any action can begin. we al
of america's cup event authority. richard. [applause] >> thank you, liam. in just eight short weeks, we will all be in portugal launching the very first event in the inaugural america's cup world series. i must say, i think for all of us involved, it is very exciting for us to be moving from the planning and preparation stage to the delivery and competition stage. soon they talking can stop any action can begin. we already know from what we have just seen what kind of action that can be. to you all, welcome, everybody. we would like to thank you for joining us as we welcome the team's officially to san francisco, the gorgeous host city of the 34th america's cup. it is great to be standing here today with an outstanding field of competitors from eight countries around the globe here at the sight of what will be the most accessible, the most extreme of america's cup there has ever been. and in every sense of the word, the america's cup is reinventing itself from our fast and dangerous new boats to our break through sporting technology on television. maybe just one little anecdote here --
. firstly, we are introducing a new expression of our brand today, the new america's cup brand, which is on the screen right now, and our new visual identity represents america's cup 2.0. it is sleek, modern, sophisticated, and everything that our competition now stands for. visually, this involution sees the logo representing the next elements of the racing boats, in the shape, and as well as the host city of san francisco. you can see a subtle reference, maybe not so subtle reference to the towers of the golden gate bridge. and finally, the cup itself has been streamlined, while also retaining the most beautiful shape of the oldest trophy in the world. we are also revealing the louis vuitton cup mark as well. for this logo, they began with the halls and ships of the -- hulls and sails of the new boats. and by playing with that, they transformed the vote into a graphic and modern flag which has become the louis vuitton mark. the brick red signifies the interior color of the leather goods. i would like to recognize former america's propecup skipper louio is representing louis vuitton.
. >> to the united states of america. >> one nation, under god, indivisible. >> and with liberty and justice for all. woo! >> thank you. >> i want your vote! ♪ ♪ i pledge of allegiance, i pledge of allegiance to the flag ♪ ♪ to the flag of the united states of america, america ♪ >> raise your right hand. i hereby declare. >> for a long, long time, i wait for this day. >> this is the greatest day in my life. >> i love america! >> i would rank today as my very top of the line on my best days of my life. ♪ >> i love this country to death. god bless america. >> to call you a fellow citizen of the united states of america. this is now your country. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations. [ applause ] ♪ >> eight years ago my husband was one of millions of immigrants who came to america legally. since he married me, and i was born in the usa, he had no problem getting a greencard. >> this is a greencard. this is it. this is going the change my whole life. i drink to the greatest country on earth. >> reporter: he was happy as a resident alien until one day -- ♪ born in the
will overtake america as the world's biggest economy. western commentators viewed the u.s. as a sort of place in peril britain was at the end of the 20 century. to discuss this, my colleague spoke to an economist, the author who left after taking part in protests in 1989, and a writer on risk in geopolitics. first, we take stock of how the land lies. >> the paramount fear -- the crowd is diverse the of all code come to take part in a production of a change their lives. they call it naturalization here. to you and me, that means becoming a u.s. citizen. cheesy, yes, to see one of the ceremonies is to grasp the essence of america. >> this is one of those only in america plummets. this is part of a living -- legal process. this is all wrapped into kind of a movie experience. it says, "i am honored to congratulate you on becoming a citizen of the united states. because of your determination, this great nation, is now your nation, sign, sincerely, barack obama." >> america is vexed by doubts, but that has not put them off. fresh blood is coming faster than ever before. >> the racism and everything
the america's cup world series. with the same teams. they have announced three cities for the remainder of this year. soon there will be announcing the dates for next year's locations. and we know we will have a couple of events in san francisco in this timeframe and each of them will be a one-off that is not related to the competitive ending of the america's cup itself. this'll be a taste of excitement of a little bit lower scale. we are looking for a helpful opportunity to test out the things that we want to do on a smaller scale before we get to the america's cup. when we get to 2013 in july, for the first of september, we will have the challengers' series where everyone faces off to see who will challenge for the final period there is the defenders' series during this time, in case they want to compete to be the defender. it is not clear if this will happen. but this will be connected to the other races during that timeframe. and in september of 2013, we will have the america's cup final, the best of nine series. and a summary of what we have done in the six months, the six months s
our programming any time at c- span.org. >> this week, carol highsmith takes us on a tour of america with her photo collections, then shares her photos of the jefferson building, which will appear in "the library of congress." >> carol highsmith, when did you become interesting in becoming a photographer? >> i was in the broadcasting field. actually, it was a mess and a state of disarray. i asked if i could go there on the weekend and take some photographs. i thought that this would be fascinating. it was just me and the security guard. >> what year is this? >> 1980. it was a couple of years and this was fascinating. this was just enchanting and hard to believe that one block from the white house, we had ever let this hotel go into disarray. i was there, learning about the photography, and then, they said that they did not have any of the drawings. i am using 20 photographs from francis benjamin johnston, who went there in 1901 and took some photographs. would you like to see them at the library of congress? and i said this would be fascinating. i thought, these are wonderful and thi
to tv's andy levy for the pregame report. >> our stoptop story, captain america is being dropped from the title of captain america the first avenger in three countries. but is one of those countries america? >> no. in retrospect, that was a stupid tease. my bad. plus, a prisoner sued the state of michigan over his right to have porn in prison. and president obama hosts a first ever twitter town hall. what john boehner. did the president win the internet? >> thank you, andy. happy international kidnapping day. >> sometimes i think you are saying these things to get me to do weird stuff. >> just passing on information. >> at 4:00 a.m. at voicemail? >> excuse me for wanting to wake you up with a smile. >> it just startled my red-headed bich. >> oh, you have a bird? >> no. she's so hot she can fry an ant by staring it. anna gilligan. well, he's hilarious, gorgeous and sensitive. but enough about damon wayne. sherrod small. >> that hurt. >> he puts the louse in fabulous, it is my repulsive sidekick. she's he's so tough, nails sleep on a bed of mike baker. mike baker, former cia operative a
.vitac.com >>> tonight donald trump. >> america is doing so poorly. the leadership is very poor. we're doing very poorly. >> donald trump, how he would solve the debt crisis and what he would do to give america grace. and remember the uproar over obama's birth certificate? how smiley says that was race basing. i'll ask him why. he says the 2012 white house will be the last in history. and why the white house itself pays too much attention to wall street. >> if you're looking for the safe choice, you shouldn't look for barack obama. >> we'll have a conversation with tavis smiley. this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> donald trump says america's economy could be going bad from worse. he joins me tonight on the phone. donald, how are you? >> hello, piers. >> first of all, congratulations on becoming a grandfather again. your lovely daughter ivanka and a baby girl ella rose, i understand. >> that is true. we're very happy about that. >> tell me, if we were trying to prescribe an economic future or young arabella that you would feel comfortable about, what would you do. >> first you have to get the debt down.
of the america's cup. this week, from 1:00 until 3:30, june 13 through june 17, is the running of america's cup 45, and they're testing out the courses. i think they have some fine- tuning, after yesterday's capsizing, as well as race management technology, all under the purview of john, who is the course designer for the america's cup management group, formally doing the same job for the st. francis yacht club. they're doing places all over the bay. -- there are viewing places all over the bay. the most scenic would be from golden gate bridge to pier 39, or the 1850 replica of the america's cup yacht race. or the 2003 challenger usa 76. those vessels are also out there, and hopefully everybody will get to see them. they're said to go about 30 knots, which is quite quick. very exciting. next is the development commission will be meeting on july 7. this is imported the port of san francisco is our joint application with the america's cup event authority with a commission to consider, the special area plan amendment to allow open activity in the water basin for the america's cup on the 34 -- for
>> this is "bbc world news america." funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> union bank has put its global expertise to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news america." >> this is "bbc world news america." the taliban continued to attack nato forces, but one u.s. senator tells us american troops must leave the country even sooner. a long march across africa for these somali refugees. the threat of drought and civil war has driven them to desperation. >> we can scale up our operation to meet the growing need. this crisis could turn into a catastrophe. >> and a royal welcome in one of canada's most remote regions. the duke and duchess of cambridge get a taste of the great outdoors. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and to our viewers across the globe. stop bombing, stop fighting, and joined the political process. that is what the british prime minister, david cameron, asked the taliban today. but even as he
and development, we do not have 13 years. we have the america's cup coming, with billions of visitors coming to the city. but this concerns itself with certain neighborhoods, much more than they did the entire city, even though this was a major drop. this is not just a neighborhood, this is a jewel of san francisco and the city. we have to look at this a little bit differently in my mind and a little bit more seriously. it is major in that aspect. what we do with this will be around with us for the next hundred years. they have mentioned to the transportation which is absolutely important. this is a failure, in my estimation. it does not work. i have not been an expert on transportation and i am and not about to tell them how to fix this. at the moment, transportation is not working. we are at the farmers' market 7:30 every saturday morning. they have elevated the parking but the underpinning is so bad that it has become this dangerous. that has been this way for a couple of years. validation in the parking lot and information about their availability, that is about it. the coordination is e
have not paid attention to the real problems of america. it is the jobs issue. especially among young people. young people cannot find a job -- that hangs around them not just for a couple of years but for the rest of their lives. that is one of the most debilitating things that happens in our society. >> i think it is important to understand that politics is not static and the economic realities within the next six months. those are pushing us closer and closer to a recession. a major downdraft in the economy that we see showing up and all of the data currently, and all of the underlying factors moving us toward testing and potentially pushing us through the new financial crisis as well, given the ongoing exposure to a double dip in the house and crisis. it is caused by an employment as the original bubble. i think it would be a mistake to assume that what we are seeing in the lead up to the debt ceiling is going to be the politics that dominate the discussion. we have to play a role in redefining matt, but after the initial euphoria takes place, the realities of the debt inflation t
. the other side of the organization talks about the initiatives with the authority and the america's cup organizing committee. the america's cup organizing committee is another party for the agreement, and this is charged with fund-raising, and they are spearheading the other committee. they are really helping us to be a force multiplied to make this unique to san francisco. this is vital with the partners, and a number of other cities to bring the america's cup world series around the world. this will be key, as the teams start to arrive. we want to make certain that they successfully relocate here as soon as possible. with the excitement of their operations to the bay. community engagement, we're looking at you if involvement, which is called for with the workforce development plan. we're working with the approach to have the authority itself is going to be able to contract with local business, and what are we going to be able to do to set them up with the local economy. the partnerships, we want to engage with them and the network to understand how we can mutually enhance each other.
about america's cup venue and the terminal fees as well. here is the diagram of the race area. it is along the northern and northeast waterfront between treasure island and the golden gate bridge. i think the primary locations of the race themselves, this is not the race course. it is not one big large loop. the race course will be a series of turns and different directions within this blue bubble here in effect. with that as the race course, we have a number of different locations as places for people to attend as spectator venues and programmed as america's cup speck tailor venues. i'm go through some of what that looks like. and peers 30, 32 would be the team bases and piers 26 and 28 are other supporting uses for the event authority and the media and team partners. pier 19 and 23 would be the same thing. and piers 27 and 29 are the america's cup and to see them lead and would be the start-finish line. since a number of the port locations will be under construction, the focus of the 2012 event are the waterfront. so i will walk through this in a moment. first is marina gree
to you. welcome to this very special occasion as we introduce you to the competitors in the america's cup. this is our world cup soccer match on the water. it is the most exciting thing to come to the bay area in many, many, many years. i am honored to be your master of ceremonies today. thank you. this is a great day for san francisco. it is a great day for the america's cup. in fact, it is a really great day for san francisco and the america's cup. i would like to introduce to you our speakers this morning. we have the chairman of the america's cup event authority. we have the ceo and regatta director of the america's cup race management. and we have our mayor, and when -- edwin m. lee. please, a round of applause for our special guest today. [applause] we also have representatives from the various teams, the competitors for the 34th america's cup. today, we will introduce you to each one of the teams. we will take a sneak peek into the preparations over the next few months. competitors will be preparing for the first america's cup world series in portugal, and this week, enabled us to
america entre comienza desde las 2:30 de la tarde aqui en univision, que dicenjugadores de ambas selecciones asi se expresaron. muchas gracias mario y saludos para norma... bueno el tema mayor de este fin de semana es la final de la copa america entre uruguay y paraguay, todo comienza desde las 2:30 de la tarde aqui en univision, que dicen jugadores de ambas selecciones asi se expresaron. muchas gracias mario y saludos para norma... bueno el tema mayor de este fin de semana es la final de la copa america entre uruguay y paraguay, todo comienza desde las 2:30 de la tarde aqui en univision, que dicen jugadores ambas selecciones asi se comiene las 2:30 de la tarde aqui en univision, que dicen jugadores de ambas selecciones asi se expresaron. muchas gracias mario y saludos para norma... bueno el tema mayor de este fin de semana es la final de la copa america entre uruguay y paraguay, todo comienza desde las 2:30 de la tarde aqui en univision, que dicen jugadores de ambas selecciones asi se expresaron. muchas gracias mario y saludos para norma... bueno el tema mayor de este fin de
expert dave ramsey and cory booker. america in the balance. this is piers morgan tonight. good evening. if someone doesn't do something in 19 days and three hours, this country will technically run out of money simply put, the government won't be able to borrow any more cash if congress and the white house can't figure out a way to raise the debt ceiling currently stands a mouth watering 14.3 $14.3 trillion. the situation is so dire, moody's, the bond rating service says it's putting america's gold rated aaa status under ve view and could be headed for an unprecedented default. >> massachusetts governor says it's the republicans to blame. why do you say that? you guys are in the white house, aren't you? >> thank you for having me. this is a time we need a lot less politics and a lot more patriotism. what the president has done is put on the table a very balanced approach. it favors and is overwhelmingly weighted in favor of cuts, some to programs that democrats have championed a long, long time. he has also quite reasonably with the support of economists across the political spectrum p
, dan pfeiffer, obviously a default is unprecedented. the first in the history of america and the first for any president. does the president have sleepless nights about this? it could be a catastrophe for his administration. >> this is an unthinkable situation that we could actually be in a place where on 12:01, august 3, we may not be able to pay the bills. this isn't about new spending. this is about paying for spending we have done. paying for tax cuts from ten years ago. paying for wars. paying for other things that have run out. this is serious. tremendous effects on the overall economy. we have to get this done. it's dangerous to be playing games with something so important. >> dan pfeiffer, thank you very much. >> thank you, piers. price-line ne-go-ti-a-tor. so, you've been double crossed by other travel sites and now you want to try the real deal. yes, is it true that name your own price... ...got even easier? affirmative. we'll show you other people's winning hotel bids. so i'll know how much to bid... ...and save up to 60% i'm in i know the lady in leather travels on three wh
to save lives in an exploding health care crisis. is it time to take some of america's 2 million extremely obese children away from their parents? what would you do? >>> on the brink. an ominous new warning that america's credit rating and credibility are now on the line in the debt showdown. what you need to know to keep your money safe. your phone bill.chdog. the hidden charges 20 million people. >>> getting action for jaycee dugard. your outrage at law enforcement did it. and tonight, chris cuomo is back on the story. >>> and made in america summer. your neighbors want to show you their favorite things creating jobs right here at home. >>> good evening and welcome. we begin tonight with a radical new idea born out of a health care emergenen. what to do about the number one health crisis in america, not to mention the health care costs threatening to bankrupt the country. today,y,wo highly respected doctors in a major publication took a look at the millions and millions of america's seriously obese children, some weighing hundreds of pounds at an early age, and they suggested some of the
's lying. so the french say, my god, what kind of justice do america have? >> sure, but like you say, it happened here in the united states. have you to respect the u.s. justice system. i want to point out this poll coming out tomorrow, saying 54% of the french do not want strauss-kahn to run for president. back to the socialist party here, why is it that the socialist party seems willing to bend its own rules? maybe change that july 13th deadline to allow a little more time to determine whether this man wants to run for president. >> you are right to pose this question. i think the game should be over very soon, most of the socialists now realize that he's thrust into the political game inside the socialist party might be hurting them, and they definitely want to try to win this election desperately. >> i see. >> they have been waiting for that for a long time. you are totally right, they will not give a chance for strauss-kahn to be a contender. >> even if they do adjust the deadline, you think he's done? >> he's done, yes. >>> rapid fire, let's go, beginning with hugo chavez showe
>> this is "bbc world news america." the taliban continued to attack nato forces, but one u.s. senator tells us american troops must leave the country even sooner. a long march across africa for these somali refugees. the threat of drought and civil war has driven them to desperation. >> we can scale up our operation to meet the growing need. this crisis could turn into a catastrophe. >> and a royal welcome in one of canada's most remote regions. the duke and duchess of cambridge get a taste of the great outdoors. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and to our viewers across the globe. stop bombing, stop fighting, and joined the political process. that is what the british prime minister, david cameron, asked the taliban today. but even as he spoke those words on the second day of his visit to afghanistan, for nato's silk -- for nato soldiers were killed. which all begs -- which all begs the question, what happens when foreign forces withdraw? >> british troops drop in. it's an area the taliban used to control. no longer. nato is pushing out. that is what you can do w
this is bbc world news america. >> this is "bbc world news america." funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> union bank has put its global expertise to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> this is bbc world news america. questions for cameron. the phone-hacking camera takes t centerakesc stage. >> you live and learn and i have learned. >> fighting famine in somolia, with the worst food crisis in two decades. a call goes out for help. and yao ming leaves the court, but not before making an impression on the world of basketball. >> welcome to pbs and america. >the shockwaves from the phone- hacking scandal continue. it was david cameron who felt the impact before parliament. cameron defended hiring the former news of the world editor andy carson. not good enough, said his critics. nick robinson has the details. >> a friend anin need is a fried until they become a political headache. cameron defended giving andy
. this particular bill has to do with properties that are subject to the america's cup, and where the will be long-term improvements done by the event authority or short-term improvements, sites that might become better because they're touched by the america's cup. it is to create a district on these properties. we have gone to the state legislature to say that we've elected capture the ifb's districts. specifically, this is based on the misalignment of local investment and state-projected tax gains, based on the america's cup event in 2013. the report is expected to invest $55 million minimum of improvement for port properties. this will have the effect of having the port authority make those investments that offer long-term development rent credit to that effect. essentially it will be local investment. the city is also signed up to cover $32 million of the cost raised by the america's cup organizing committee or local taxes. what has been rejected is the $61 million of state revenue from the state from income taxes, sales taxes, etcetera, from the economic activity in 2013. based on those condi
, "bbc newsnight." >> political gridlock in washington. anxiety on a world stock markets as america faces up to its debt crisis. this week, american politicians squabble over the country's debt. how much are the american people suffering from the slowdown? we hit the road to find out. >> it has been bad. i have had to sell my calves earlier than i used to. last week, i sold half of my cows. >> whether u.s. pakistan relations can ever recover. >> anyone who has stepped back from the abyss after looking into it realizes that once again we have very important objectives. >> it is a year until the british show on earth comes to london, will the city be ready? on a live picture to remember. there is nothing new about political gridlock in washington. republicans and democrats have fallen out over something that normally passes on a nod, raising the debt ceiling. out in the real america, there is a great deal of pain over the economy. our correspondent has been taking the route over oklahoma which inspired the john steinbeck novel "the grapes of wrath." >> to the red country and part of the gre
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